All Comfort Specialist Heating and Air Launches Sustainability Program

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All Comfort Specialist Heating and Air has announced a sustainability program offering $59.99 HVAC tune ups.

Oklahoma City HVAC company All Comfort Specialist Heating and Air, based in Meeker, is offering service appointments for only $59.99 as part of its new sustainability program. This program aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions caused by inefficient HVAC systems.

“Having a properly maintained HVAC system is crucial to reducing energy use and greenhouse gas emissions,” said owner of All Comfort Specialist Heating and Air Amy McCutcheon. “This is just one way we are showing our commitment to sustainability and energy independence in the Sooner State.”

Inefficient and outdated HVAC systems can nearly double energy usage, especially during peak summer months. Homeowners that service their HVAC units twice a year will see a significant decline in their energy bills.

“As a result of consistent service and maintenance, some of our customers have seen their energy usage drop dramatically without even installing a new system,” McCutcheon said.

No official end date to the promotion has been set. The company said that reducing energy demand and increasing sustainability is important year-round and that it has no immediate plans to end the program.

If a new unit is needed, the company offers financing through a special lending arrangement with Arvest Bank.

All Comfort Specialist Heating and Air is a family owned and operated business founded in 2011 by Daniel McCutcheon. Currently, the business operates from Meeker, Okla. and serves communities throughout the Oklahoma City metro.

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